Honeywell engineers and human-factors experts are investigating a range of new human-machine interface technologies including touchscreen displays, voice recognition systems and “assisted interaction,” a virtual co-pilot. Part government contract and part Honeywell internal research and development, the work is designed to lower workload and increase safety for pilots of next-generation transport and business aviation aircraft. “We're taking what we learn from these studies and putting ...

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